To prove that the times of nonsense and division are not beyond us, an Anning Party candidate of questionable motivations has been recognised by the Queen.
It seems AI is now toying with us, as one can now guess what we look like after analysing a small sample of our voice. Just take over already.
For whatever reason, the internet is discussing a $13,000 robot “sperm extractor”. Yes, it exists, and yes, we’re going to be in a lot of trouble when they gain sentience. Not like that.
The end is nigh. Facebook wants to rummage around your mind, and our future robot overlords have now discovered religion.
Apparently, there are robots who can make more coffee (for less) than we human baristas. I’m not giving up my morning shift without a fight. Step up, brew.
Over in California, one family is livid with the modern health system, as a robot doctor informed them that their elderly relative will not survive.
Cimon, a robot assisting astronauts in space made headlines after calling a human out on his behaviour. You know what, it was fair. You guys are rude.
Cutting out the middleman entirely, the Chinese decided to replace their robotic newsreaders with AI versions of them. Could work.
The darkest neon corners of your suburb might soon be populated by AI controlled robo-strippers. Why? Because progress, that’s why.
Over in NZ, one company has decided to let an AI teacher educate our kids. With the future making us stay back after class, we have a series of questions.
One movie director famous for bold moves has made another, as he’s pushing for robot inclusion in Hollywood. About time, we say.
Over in the UK, one study discovered that a robot aced a common counselling technique. In fact, participants found it much easier speaking to someone who they feel won’t judge them.
Well, dearie doo. Overnight, Cambridge Analytica went bankrupt, an educator in Texas made a stupid joke and everyone found a robot rather tasty. Ok.
In developing tech news, those of Facebook are constructing a selfie robot. Because, reasons?